Galina Vromen – CEO of KGI
Galina joined the Harold Grinspoon Foundation at its U.S. headquarters in Massachusetts to direct the foundation’s grants for Israel. In 2008, she returned to Israel and launched Sifriyat Pijama and established the Israeli entity of the foundation, Keren Grinspoon Israel (Hebrew for Grinspoon Foundation Israel). Before joining the foundation, she worked mostly in publishing and journalism, in Israel, the U.S., the Netherlands, France, England and Mexico. She has a BA in anthropology and media communications from Hampshire College and an MA in English literature from Bar-Ilan University.
Mandy Maor – Director of Operations KGI
Mandy is the Operations Director of Keren Grinspoon Israel and its programs. Mandy is responsible for the overall logistics of KGI operations which includes the purchasing of the programs’ books, their storage and distribution, contracts and customer service. Mandy is a lawyer by profession, with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and law from the University of the Witwatersrand (Johannesburg, South Africa), and a bachelor’s degree in law (LLB) from Tel Aviv University.
Eyal Margi CFO – KGI
Eyal Margi is the CFO of Keren Grinspoon Israel. Eyal holds a BA in Economics and is a Certified Public Accountant from the Israeli CPA Board, with over 10 years of experience in the field. In recent years, Eyal has served as a portfolio manager at a leading CPA firm in Israel and specializes in auditing of public, private, non-profit organizations, local authorities and small businesses.
In the fall of 2019 he joined the management team of Keren Grinspoon Israel.
Inbal Tofach Ben Hevron – Director of Sifriyat Pijama Programs (kindergartens, elementary schools and daycare)
Inbal holds a BA in sociology from the University of Haifa and an MA in special education and learning disabilities from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
She is highly experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of children and adults with complex learning disabilities. Inbal joined Sifriyat Pijama in 2018. Previously, she lead development and innovation in teaching methods at the non-profit Time To Know, which specializes in computer aided learning in classrooms, and worked also in the development of digital educational content and educational apps for toddlers.
Hedva Cohen, Director of Special Projects and PR – KGI
Hedva is the Director of Special Projects and public relations at Keren Grinspoon Israel. Her responsibilities include media relations, preparation of marketing materials, events production, book donations, connections with children’s theaters and storytellers, and more.